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New sub advice

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by l34052, Oct 11, 2005.

  1. l34052

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    Im new to the forum so firstly id like to say hi :hiya:
    Now, im lookin at buyin a new sub to replace the Gale 3070 im currently using, im lookin at spending £300 tops at the moment what with funds bein a bit tight. Ive seen a Tannoy Saturn Sub 15 which i like the look of but im not all that clued up bout them to be honest, would this be a good deal for £225? If anyone can recommend somethin else id love to hear, ideally i want somethin with abit more slam than my gale, prob alot to ask for the money but u neva know ;)
    Thanks in advance guys and gals

    Jay :)

    Currently using:

    Yamaha RXV 640 RDS
    Panasonic DMR E55 DVD
    Tannoy M3 front
    Tannoy Fusion C center
    Tannoy M2 rear
    Gale 3070 sub
    Grundig Sky digibox
     
  2. dongagon

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    You can get more for your money if you look at second hand items. I have a Velodyne CHT 10 inf you are interested. :)
     
  3. PJTX100

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  4. l34052

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    Thanks guys, i did actually look at the BK sub on their site, is there any advantage/dsiadvantage of the downward firing sub over the conventional sideways model?
     
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    I think that this has been covered quite extensively and conventional wisdom is that there is little if any difference and you will be happy with either.
     

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